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Jan 15, 2013 6:00am PST
summer in antarctica. it's a busy time for animals from penguins to scientists. experts at australia's four observation bases are hard at work documents climate change. they are also seeing its effects first hand. planes use ice runways to bring in researchers and goods, but those runways haven't been as reliable in recent years. when temperatures rise above minus 5 degrees celsius, the surface begins to melt. that makes landing and taking off risky. 80% of flights planned in 2011 had to be canceled. >> the season when we can use it, part of the season when we can't use the runway will get longer and longer. it's natural we would be looking and we will be looking at other alternatives for moving people in and out of antarctica. >> reporter: australia's antarctic division in tasmania oversees operations. we talked via satellite link with a base leader. >> can you tell us the general information of your base? >> casey station is the largest of australia's research bases in antarctica. during the summer, we can have more than 100 people here. most of the science is done in the
Jan 15, 2013 7:00pm PST
. >> reporter: it's summer in antarctica, and it's a busy time for animals, from penguins to scientists. experts at australia's four observation bases are hard at work, documenting climate change. they are also seeing its effects firsthand. planes use ice runways to bring in researchers and goods. but those runways haven't been as reliable in recent years. when temperatures rise above minus 5 degrees celsius the surface begins to melt. that makes landing and taking off risky. 80% of flights planned in 2011 had to be canceled. >> the season when we can use it -- or to turn it around, the part of the season when we can't use the runway will get longer and longer. so it's natural that we would be looking and we will be looking at other alternatives for moving people in and out of antarctica. >> reporter: australia's antarctic division in tasmania oversees south pole operations. we went to the southeastern island to talk via satellite link with a base leader. >> can you tell us the general information of your base? >> casey station is the largest of australia's research bases in
Jan 17, 2013 9:00am PST
where this one's going, folks. >> this is a video of a rescue that took place in antarctica. this is a ship that takes people out to see and experience antarctica, and they are able to take these little zodiac boats to explore individually, except this one got stuck. >> awful. >> you fall in that water, you're an ice cube. >> the craziest part of this rescue is the story behind it, and all of the elements that came together. this happened on 12/12/12. >> okay. >> according to the uploader, there were 12 people on this zodiac boat. >> okay. we're stretching but continue. >> so far, okay. >> follow me here. >> one of the men on the big ship was ken from he was doing this series of meditations on 12/12/12 to help people get rid of the negative energy surrounding the mayan apocalypse. the particular meditation he was focusing on when they noticed 12 stranded people was the rescue humanity meditation. >> starting to be pretty coincidental here. >> airen and jessy were on the small boat. they tell ken what their experience was like. >> so close to the water that comes off
Jan 9, 2013 3:00pm PST
worse. >> you're just in antarctica. can you describe going from australia to antarctica and back? >> i just got back to australia yesterday from antarctica, where i was talking to people there about the impacts of climate change. western and predict that is still very cold, but it is actually the most quickly warming land mass. west antarctica has more than three times the global average -- has warmed more than three times the global average. it is having an impact on marine life and ocean acidification. we can see what is happening on land and the air, but other changes are in our oceans, particularly with the formulation of carbon which is a poisonous substance for marine organisms which the provide protein for much of the world. when it comes to climate change, sometimes you hear people talking about rainforests, but really we have seen the impacts for a while on human health, human and infrastructure, food security and our day-to-day lives. that is certainly what is happening here in australia. people are starting to see the impacts in a very scary way in our everyday lives.
Jan 8, 2013 5:30am PST
including the veteran explorer have left south africa for antarctica. a six-month journey across the south pole in winter for the first time. that means average temperatures of 60 degrees to 70 degrees below zero and possibly colder. the lowest temperature ever recorded on earth was here, - 89.2 degrees celsius. fuel usually freezes at these temperatures, so there's little chance of rescue of something goes wrong. >> we are on our own for eight months. then you are in a situation where you could die. that's why we have take a whole year of supplies. >> two men will go ahead of the party with containers carrying equipment, including radar to detect crevices in the ice and snow. one of the greatest challenges will be seen in almost 24 our darkness, a talent that has inspired them to send aid to a charity seeing is believing. >> we hope to raise money for the charity and we hope to see what is in the darkness. >> the team is due to leave on march 21, towards the geographic south pole. a journey of 2000 23 kilometers, likely to take 84 days. from a year there will travel 1,600 kilome
Jan 24, 2013 12:00pm EST
outside, where the >> the desperate search is on this noon to find a plane that vanished over antarctica. three canadians were on board that flight headed from the south pole to the research station elsewhere on the continent but officials in new zealand say the plane never showed up. the onboard emergency transmitter went off wednesday night within the designated area. now they are mobilizing resources to find the missing three. we continue our snow coverage this noon with a look at the conditions here in virginia. >> was a busy morning for of the doubt and police as they dealt with for roads and several accidents. >> spending and slipping. this morning, some drivers in northern virginia ran into hazardous conditions on the snow-covered slick roads. >> on the back roads, there was something going on. police fire, so i turned around. >> -- the police have responded to several accidents on major thoroughfares. >> i was sad. it was a really bad pilot. -- pile-up. >> several neighborhood and side streets are still packed with powder. crews have been working all day to try to clean up mother
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Jan 22, 2013 8:00am PST
life under antarctica. what those discoveries could mean and the clues they might hold to life on other we'll go in depth, so to speak. >>> a knock on the door turns into a harrowing ordeal for two kids but it made them both heroes. the incredible story next. >> and he was screaming, let me in. and then, we went kind of -- [inaudible] [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. prego?! but i've been buying ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wonderhat other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. jon: an incredible story out of michigan where two kids who were home alone answered a knock at the door and turned into heroes. watch. >> i opened the door and she asked me, my parents are home. i told them no. she said, well
Jan 24, 2013 4:00pm EST
antarctica. below deck, it's easy to imagine life on board. basic, with few home comforts. this is a captain's cabin. robert falcon scott was appointed expedition leader. scott of the antarctic of course, and he was immensely courageous. it's incredible to think that on its maiden journey this ship was stuck in the ice for three years before it was rescued. sir james caird was so impressed by the bravery of the men on the discovery that he later helped fund shackleton's epic journey on the endurance to the antarctic via the south pole. as we know, it became one of the most incredible adventure stories of all time when the expedition became stranded on the ice. just when things looked hopeless, shackleton launched a heroic mission to get help on a lifeboat. that lifeboat was named after sir james caird, and it saved their lives. sir james caird left many legacies here in dundee. he funded the construction of this magnificent hall caird hall which is the venue for our journey into the uncharted waters of today's roadshow. i try very hard not to forget a face. and apparently i've met th
Jan 24, 2013 2:00am PST
mising in antarctica after their small plane disappeared. a transmitter was activated in a mountainous area. >>> a former forth grade teacher has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing 19 students and adult co-worker between september 2011 and march 2012. 57-year-old robert pimental is being held on bail. >>> in an interview at a british air base, prince harry defended himself over remarks he made earlier this week about killing taliban fighters during his military tour in afghanistan. >> he also do things you expect to do wearing this uniform. it's as simple as that. >>> and disturbing video from russia. a dash cam captured a toddler being thrown from a car during a horrific crash. fortunately, an on coming truck missed the girl who police say was not strapped into a car seat. >>> the apple impact felt around the world. a profit of over $13 billion and enviable growth of sales of iphones and ipads wasn't enough to impress investors who expect perfection. >>> union power falling. only 11.3% of the u.s. workforce belongs to a union. that is the lowest percentage in
Jan 24, 2013 9:00am PST
with death. >>> we are seeing this colony of emperor penguins in antarctica. we will talk to the man who helped make this discovery. >>> millions of folks from north dakota to maine are enduring a third straight day of brutal temperatures. we are talking about wind chill temperatures to 85 degrees below 0 in mt. washington, new hampshire. it makes negative 22 look balmy in long lake. this is where susan candiotti is. >> reporter: talk about a double whammy. new yorkers who made minimum home repairs after superstorm sandy may not have enough heat. >> we are freezing here. >> reporter: one reason warming centers are springing up in cold weather cities giving the most vulnerable young and old some relief. >> i haven't had hot water and heat for three days. yesterday a little bit of heat came on. the only heat we got was in the bathroom. >> reporter: in syracuse a heavy down fall lowering visibility giving snow blowers a workout making it tough for postal carriers to get from house to house. >> hopefully the drive way will be plowed. >> reporter: in iowa city, iowa 1 degree below zero. e
Jan 24, 2013 4:30am EST
. >>> the search is on for three canadian men missing in antarctica after their small plane disappeared. >>> los angeles police say a former fourth grade teacher has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing 19 students and an adult co-worker between september 2011 and march 2012. robert pimental is being held on $12 million bail. >>> in an interview set to air today, manti te'o said he was a victim in the hoax for this girlfriend that never existed. couric asked, why didn't come sooner. >> this girl i thought died on december 2. and then i get a call december 6th saying she's alive. do i want to be on tv? what would you do? >>> prince harry defended himself over remarks made earlier this week about killing military fighters in afghanistan. >> you often do things that you don't expect to do wearing this uniform. >>> and disturbing video from russia, a dash cam captured a toddler being thrown from a car during a horrific crash. fortunately, aen oncoming truck narrowly missed the girl who police say was not strapped in a car seat. >>> well, the impact felt over the world
Jan 31, 2013 2:00pm PST
the icecap, melting of antarctica and greenland icecap and sea level rise. this is not a scare tactic, this is real and we need to have this reflected in the decisions we make here in san francisco at the planning department level and planning commission level. and i know that i work in this neighborhood and with one of my co-workers went out to a public event regarding the project a few weeks ago and he asked about public transportation improvements regarding, connected to this project and the response was there were going to be 4, 5 car share parking spaces, there needs to be more coordination between the planning commission and parking in terms of increasing our transportation. in addition, i'm going to show you the letter that i included in my comments for the sierra club right here regarding transit freeway oriented development and this is an example of freeway oriented development. again, i said earlier, this is ringed by a lot of freeways, people can get on the freeway and zip down to the silicon valley and this is not the kind of development we want to be encouraging. i
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Jan 24, 2013 5:00am EST
plane is believed govern down somewhere in ant antarctica. it was at research station to the bay. >>> a study out of the university of wisconsin as much as 81 percent of people lion on-line dating web sites. >> no. >> yeah, it's true. >> manti te'o says now you tell me. >> one week after the whole thing broke everyone is still talking about manti te'o and the dead girlfriend hoax. te'o is now talking about this for his first time in an on camera interview. >> fox and friends co host brian kilmeade joins us now with more. >> this stole story confuses me. >> it is coming together a little bit better than it did last week. at least he's out there talking. going to see the entire interview later on today. te'o is talking big time. he brought his family with him. the notre dame linebacker and maybe future giant linebacker even though joel is mad about that sitting down with katie couric what did he know about the hoax going in and what didn't he know. te'o's dad has known him all his life and has no doubt his son was the victim of a cruel humiliating hoax. >> people can speculate abou
Jan 21, 2013 12:00am PST
kri sis. nasa. a treaty with 12 countries to demilitarize antarctica. all second term. bill clinton, what he have been without a second term? not a big budget surplus and ronald reagan, i think iran-contra is overblown and historic gorbachev diplomacy and margaret thatcher said reagan ended the cold war without a single shot and the spth feeling good about the second term. he doesn't have the curse mentality. >> what are the priorities, what would you like to see the president focus on? they say in the second term you get a maximum of about 18 months to really shove through the agenda that you want to do. what should he be looking to do? >> there's the stuff on the table, you know, talked about in the media, immigration reform. you know, gun control. a couple of other issues but i would like to see him work on the great ideas he's put forward in terms of linking education with workforce development. making the united states more economically competitive in the 21st century global economy investing in community colleges, improving the education system and linking that with the busine
Jan 31, 2013 7:00am EST
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Jan 23, 2013 2:05am PST
. they're in that southern sea there. >> how do they compare to their relatives in antarctica. >> different species. different sizes. we were filming these guys in the gallapagos, and they're torpedos in the water. they just zoom around. >> they use their wings as fins. >> like they fly in the water. . thank you for coming. if we want to catch your show we can check our local listings. coming up we'llrrel jeff: baseball great, pete rose. does it ever get old hearing "legend," and -- >> i prefer living legend. jeff: tipping his hat and his legendary fall. >> i needed something extra, i wasn't playing. jeff: hitting a home run. >> don't try to keep up with an 11 year old and a 14 year old, it will kill you. jeff: hello, hello. [cheers and applause] jeff: all right, a little about me, i'm recently married. i work with my wife on the show and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i am hosting a talk show because there is a to talk about. this is an adventure. jeff: welcome to the show, big show today, pete rose is here. [cheers and applause] jeff: h
Jan 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
three canadians whose plane disappeared in antarctica is over. the wreckage of the plane has been found close to the queen alexandra mountain range. the crew were flying from the south pole to a nearby italian base on wednesday when the plane went off the grid. officials say it's unlikely anyone could have survived that crash. >>> thousands of people marched in washington today, demanding tough new gun laws. gun control laws. it's the first major antigun demonstration since the newtown, connecticut, shootings. it comes just days after a bill was introduced in congress that would ban assault rifles, semiautomatic weapons and high-capacity magazines. we'll have more on today's march just ahead. >> internet hacker s somehow managed to crack into the website of the u.s. department of justice today and they said they're not finished causing trouble. it's that group whose members call themselves anonymous and they're angry about what they call the government's role in a well known internet activist. emily schmidt watching the developments from washington. did these hackers do anything d
Jan 26, 2013 12:00pm EST
. >>> three people are feared dead after their praen went down in antarctica. searchers in new zealand tracked the wreckage and a helicopter team found a debris field earlier today. they say it appeared no one survived. the plane went missing on wednesday. >>> actor burt reynolds is said to be doing better after being hospitalized for the flu. a representative for the 76-year-old actor says reynolds was dehydrated and placed in intensive care in a florida hospital. he's expected to move to a regular room soon. >>> there's a new push in several states to change the way we count votes in presidential elections. the states in green are considering using electoral votes tied to individual congressional districts. right now they just use popular vote to decide the entire state. virginia is one of those state where is the republican-led legislature pushed ahead with the electoral plan, but now governor bob mcdonnell says he won't support it. two other virginia legislators who originally supported the plan are also saying they won't pass it. >>> we have so much ahead this afternoon, including
Jan 22, 2013 3:00am PST
created our nation's largest wildlife refuge. eisenhower demilitarized antarctica or people would be feuding over military rights in antarctica and kept it as a peace zone. it's not that much for president obama to talk about climate change. how many sandies do we need or record breaking temperatures? forests are burning in wyoming and colorado and mexico. this is a big problem and others have shown leadership on climate and i think the president joined them yesterday. >> thank you so much. >>> up next, they squared off on jeopardy and now chris matthews and robert gibbs face off again. and getting drunk here at the dublin in washington d.c. matthews versus gibbs straight ahead, plus the mayor joins the celebration. we'll be right back. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1
Jan 26, 2013 7:00am PST
in antarctica. they have not been able to land at the site near the mountain range, but no one could have survived that crash. the plane went down wednesday during the flight from a u.s. research station in the south pole to the bay. three cay maid -- three canadians were on board. >>> after urging people to arm themselves, he's catching heat. >> but are you ready with officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option. in it he encouraged folks to take classes on how to handle a firearm. they say suggesting calling 911 is inadequate is irresponsible. >> this type of strategy is telling citizens, that we laid off officers. but we want them to be citizens with us in fighting crime, but they should not be vigilantes. >> they said that the sheriff is apparently auditioning for the next dirty harry movie. he responded by referencing the night that the mayor was beaten outside the state fair saying, "a firearm and a plan of defense would have come in handy for him that day." >>> the city of feed month may install cameras. they will install more
Jan 7, 2013 4:00am EST
continents, so i guess no tvs in antarctica. i don't know what the equivalent would be in the uk. but it will be on tv. alabama has won two of the last three national titles. you have notre dame, which is the branded football program in this country. they've won 11 national titles. they haven't won one since 1988. this is a big deal. it's like two titans going at it. they expect 30 million americans will tune into this game. and so it is a big deal all across the board. they're not selling ads like the super bowl, mind you, but they're still selling a million plus for 30-seconds slot for a college game is a big deal. >> and they both have huge traveling supporters. even if you don't have a ticket, i'm guessing miami is going to do automatic out of this. >> yeah. you know, the interesting thing, ross, is that alabama, it's the third national game they've been to. tickets in terms of going to the game are less expensive than they have been in years past. some alabama fans are like, been there, done that. they aren't packing up the rv like maybe they did last year or two years ago. the t
Jan 7, 2013 4:00am PST
this on. >> some scientists predict melting glaciers and antarctica and greenland the push of global sea levels more than 3 ft. by the end of the century. >> if such a rise in the oceans were to happen it would displace millions of people from low-lying countries. >> some evidence suggest reason accelerate melting is related to changes and ocean and atmospheric temperature, though natural variability may play an informal. >> some evidence suggests a recent accelerating melting is related to changes in the oceans and atmosphere temperature, go natural variability may play an important role. as a result there is tremendous uncertainty in the scientific community over how the melting will affect sea level so the next year. >> fault is back in the forecast this morning. it could be clear for you but then you can hit the fog like a wall. certainly it keep that in mind. >> we are above freezing. 34 in vallejo. napa santa rosa 44 degrees. 37 in san mateo. the fog the big story. visibility less than a mile for napa. down to 5 mi. for concord. livermore is down to 3 tenths of a mile. it is ce
Jan 22, 2013 7:00am PST
video that shows penguins are very efficient hunting machines. japanese researchers in antarctica strapped tiny cameras on to penguins' backs. the video shows the birds snapping up fish and hunting under the ice. in 14 hours of footage, not once did a penguin miss its target. >> all right. >>> "the new york post" says the first daughters are growing up to be stylish young ladies. at the inauguration,14-year-old malia wore a j. crew coat standing taller than four years ago. and sasha wore a coat from kate spade. >>> jason wu became an overnight sensation when michelle obama chose his gown for the first inauguration. last night she chose another of his designs for the ball. you're the belle of the ball yourself, mr. wu. >> not as belle as mrs. obama. >> no. you were the talk. it was between the president's speech and michelle obama obama's dress. i want to know everything jason, because when you won -- when you got the dress four years ago, you said you were eating domino's pizza when you got the call. last night, where were you, what were you doing how did you find snout. >> last n
Jan 21, 2013 7:00am EST
demilitarized antarctica. and bill clinton, what would he have been without a second term. he's able to go around and talk about surplus because he had a second term. ronald reagan. i'm tire of hearing about iran-contra. diplomacy with gorbachev was a big deal. >> so you're not worried about the second term. >> not only am i not, the president can't be. >> make sure his team is focused the agenda and getting things >>> good morning. sun and clouds around today. it's going on a chilly one, but not as cold as four years ago. 34 now in town. 28 across the bay. good looking day today. inauguration day. sunshine, some clouds, breezy, chilly, some late afternoon flurries and snow >>> there's a record number of women in the new congress however, they are still far outnumbered by the men. we'll ask three female senators just why they think that is ahead on "cbs this morning" from washington. we'll be right back. thn this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is brought to you by sponsor with an inside story on shingles. the soreness was excruciating. it was impossible to even think about dancing. w
Jan 19, 2013 8:00am EST
lot of it up 'cause i don't really know so, for example, yesterday you were in antarctica. - i was? - yes, and you were attacked by penguins. - am i okay? - yes, you pulled out your ninja darts! - oh, see? i'm a thinker. cool. 27! - tomorrow, lady gaga. - i'm seeing her or i am her? - um... turn off the tube. think about it. what do most of us do when we arrive home and we're beat we're tired, depressed, upset? - turn on the tv. - exactly. and does it get us energized or happy? does it solve the problems that are bugging us? - no. - no. - no, it doesn't. you know, i know this sounds bad from a couple guys who make their living in tv, but actually a study showed that for every hour of television you watch, it lowers your personal happiness by 3%. - so watch-- well, just watch less. watch one hour less, just one hour, and spend that time reading, tidying tidying one room going for a bit of fresh air or just calling someone you're madly in love with, unless there's a restraining order. - you have a very interesting life, don't you? - well... - i should journal it. - no. - i'm gonna jo
Jan 1, 2013 1:00am EST
weapon. there's a lot of intense stuff such as el nino and la nina. i went to antarctica and it was like a nuclear bomb had gone off with huge chunks of ice falling off, but you don't hear about that in the news. it's been a real pleasure. i know we have to wrap up. >> on that note. thank you very much. [applause] >> next, a discussion on innovations in technology that could impact the health-care industry. as part of the world in 2013 festival, hosted by the economist. it is 30 minutes. [applause] >> i have the pleasure of talking about health care in 2013. 2013 is going to be a big year for health care. there's an enormous amount of exciting research in mobile health and personalized medicine, at the same time the the affordable care act is continuing its torturous implementation with 2014 as the big year when medicaid will be expanded, when people will be required to get insurance, and the continuing question of how to expand access to healthcare, how to improve health care, or costs is going to heat up in the next year. to discuss these issues we have the chairman of adventure h
Jan 18, 2013 6:00am EST
antarctica exhibit at the new york travel show that's coming up this weekend. >>> still ahead on "squawk box," thinking outside the box to pay down our nation's debt. economist miles kimball wants the u.s. to create a sovereign wealth fund that would focus on profit making. he'll explain at 8:40 a.m. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." right now, futures up 15 points. that's more than 10. a side car on a motorcycle. that would be fun. you've got to admit. >> by the way, somebody tweeted us an old sort of antique picture of two guys, with a motorcycle and the side car and they said joe and andrew. >> you won't have to shift. >> i will do all and sit there in pure terror. >> watching your wristband. watching your pulse. >> watching your pulse go up on your wristband. >> okay. let's talk about the debt ceiling. is it an overrated crisis? our next guest is from austin, texas, james galbraith, university of texas economist. also the author of "inequality and instability." we want to talk to but the debt ceiling, particularly entitlements, james. what is your sense, if today and now is not the t
Jan 16, 2013 5:00pm EST
operations in the arctic and serving on a presidential task force in antarctica. there's a latency between human activity and our ability to understand we need o baseline the data in the area they operate in, and we always come in after the fact and try to establish what we think the parameters of the baseline data are for that system. i don't know how from a public policy stand point you get the match set up because that involves a complex crosswalk between the private sector and the responsibilities of government and the regulatory agencies, and, actually, extends into the international environment making it more complex, but let me use that as a segue for might be the next question. we know and hear about the economic impacts repeatedly and hear about it from the media and business, by who speaks for the environment and how can we keep that voice from being drowned out as a result of the difference in funding relationships? maybe i can throw that policy question back to the group here. how do we close that cycle of latency in trying to understand where we need the information wh
Dec 31, 2012 8:00pm EST
nino, el nina. i went to antarctica. it looked like a nuclear bomb fell on it. huge chunks of ice but you don't hear that in the news. it's been a real pleasure. i know was have to wrap up. >> paul, larry, on that note thank you very much. >> oh -- [applause] >> and back to capitol hill tonight. reporters waiting in the area known as the ohio clock. you can see the clock just on the right of your screen. democrats currenting meeting with vice president joe bide inon the fiscal cliff which the president and the republicans would agree to. it would include a return to clinton era tax rates for people make mrg than $450. that rate would go to 39.6%. the agreement also includes a postponement of the sequester spending cuts. how long that is, the postponement we're not quite sure that point as details trickle out from these meetings and from the reporters as lawmakers decide how to deal with these issues, we'll continue to have more live updates here on the c-span networks. next, a discussion on innovation and technology that could impact the health care industry. we go back to the world i
Jan 22, 2013 7:00am PST
. yep. they're in that southern theater. >> how do they compare to their relatives in antarctica. >> different species. different sizes. we were filming these guys in the gallapagos, and they're torpedos in the water. >> they use their wings as fins. >> like they fly in the water. >> we can check our local listings. coming up we'll have darrell listings. coming [ female announcer ]l safeway presents real big deals of the week. or why it doesn't have to be an adventure to stick to your new year's budget. because safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. right now, a case of arrowhead water is just $3.33. folgers is $7.99 for the large size. that's a huge deal. rise and shine. simply orange oj is just $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> good morning. >> we have breaking news. man hunt going on in oakland. bay area has just confirmed the s.w.a.t. team has taken four people out of a home in handcuffs there. the scene playing out after a shooting that injured an undercover cop yesterday. we've been on the story all mor
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